Whether you're headed to the game on Sunday or watching at home, everyone wants to know – will the weather cooperate? It looks like, by and large, yes; though there will be another cold front moving into the area late in the day that we'll need to watch the timing on. An earlier arrival of the front could mean a few snow showers in the area by the second half of the game, but for now it looks like the best chances come later in the evening Sunday.
Sunday's highs are expected to be in the low-to-mid 40s, with increasing clouds throughout the day. Winds will be variable during the morning hours, and shift out of the north/northeast during the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures will fall from the lower 40s to start the game into the 30s to near freezing to end the game.
Precipitation chances will be in the 10 to 20% range by kickoff. Overall Sunday's system will not be a big precipitation producer, and the best chance for precip will come during the overnight hours Sunday into Monday. That said, a few stray snow or wintry mix showers may drift across Denver during the afternoon.
All in all not a bad looking day for football, who remembers 1984? Go Broncos!